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Lake Ontario Mariners Marina Contamination Cleanup Proposal

Lake Ontario Mariners Marina Contamination Cleanup Proposal

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New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's Lake Ontario Mariners Marina Contamination Cleanup Proposal
New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's Lake Ontario Mariners Marina Contamination Cleanup Proposal

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PROPOSED DECISION DOCUMENT
 
Henderson Harbor Mariners' Marina Voluntary Cleanup Program Henderson, Jefferson County Site No. V00585 February 2014
 
Prepared by Division of Environmental Remediation  New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
 
 
PROPOSED DECISION DOCUMENT February 2014 Henderson Harbor Mariners' Marina, Site No. V00585 Page
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PROPOSED DECISION DOCUMENT
 
Henderson Harbor Mariners' Marina Henderson, Jefferson County Site No. V00585 February 2014
SECTION 1: SUMMARY AND PURPOSE OF THE PROPOSED PLAN
 The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (the Department), in consultation with the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), is proposing a remedy for the above referenced site. The disposal of contaminants at the site has resulted in threats to  public health and the environment that would be addressed by the remedy proposed by this Proposed Decision Document (PDD). The disposal or release of contaminants at this site, as more fully described in Section 6 of this document, has contaminated various environmental media. Contaminants include hazardous waste and/or petroleum. The Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP) is a voluntary program. The goal of the VCP is to enhance private sector cleanup of brownfields by enabling parties to remediate sites using private rather than public funds and to reduce the development pressures on "greenfields." This document is a summary of the information that can be found in the site-related reports and documents in the document repository identified below.
SECTION 2: CITIZEN PARTICIPATION
 The Department seeks input from the community on all Proposed Decision Documents. This is an opportunity for public participation in the remedy selection process. The public is encouraged to review the reports and documents, which are available at the following repository:  New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Attn: Peter S. Ouderkirk 317 Washington Street Watertown, NY 13601 Phone: 315-785-2614
A public comment period has been set from: 2/26/2014 to 3/26/2014
 Written comments may be sent through 3/26/2014 to: Peter Ouderkirk  NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
 
 
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Division of Environmental Remediation 317 Washington St Watertown, NY 13601-3787  psouderk@gw.dec.state.ny.us The proposed remedy may be modified based on new information or public comments. Therefore, the public is encouraged to review and comment on the proposed remedy identified herein.
Receive Site Citizen Participation Information By Email
 Please note that the Department's Division of Environmental Remediation (DER) is "going  paperless" relative to citizen participation information. The ultimate goal is to distribute citizen  participation information about contaminated sites electronically by way of county email listservs. Information will be distributed for all sites that are being investigated and cleaned up in a particular county under the State Superfund Program, Environmental Restoration Program, Brownfield Cleanup Program, Voluntary Cleanup Program, and Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Program. We encourage the public to sign up for one or more county listservs at http://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/61092.html
SECTION 3: SITE DESCRIPTION AND HISTORY
 Location: The Henderson Harbor Mariners Marina is located in a rural setting on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario. The site is located northeast of the Military Road in the Hamlet of Henderson Harbor. Site Features: The site encompasses 0.274 acres. The main site features include the Marina  building, the former underground storage tank area, and adjacent boat docks. Current Zoning and Land Use: The site is zoned as Harbor and its use is commercial. The surrounding parcels are zoned for a combination of residential and commercial use. The site includes the Marina office and customer service area for the Marina. Past Use of the Site: Activities that led to contamination of the site include discharges from four underground petroleum storage tanks and ancillary equipment used to fill boats, use of an above-ground waste oil storage tank and a gasoline spill that occurred in August of 2000. Several investigations were conducted prior to the site entering the Voluntary Cleanup Program. A Phase I Environmental Site Assessment was conducted in 2001 that identified four Underground Storage Tanks (USTs). A limited Phase II Environmental Site Assessment was conducted in 2002 that included the installation of eleven (11) soil borings. These borings were converted to temporary monitoring wells. Sampling confirmed the presence of petroleum contaminated soil and groundwater. Based on these investigations, the remedial party applied to the VCP in May 2002. Site Geology and Hydrogeology: The majority of the site is comprised of up to nine feet of fill

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